Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 5, 1966 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, December 5, 1966
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Bear Facts p .1 &"t * X*f ' > '"'/* - "~ >;, ?• ffc&L*. ASfc^^ > tf*.,^ ;MW „ 4 >f**y«^ By Susan Elbert and Rae Ann Kollasch Senior girls will take the Bet* 1y Crocker Search for the American Homemaker of Tomorrow test on Dec. 6. The test covers all phases of homermaking:'' in connection, with the problems and situations encountered'"'by young married people. —GHS— The rafters echoed with good old barbershop music ThuYsdaj night, when the annual Barber . shop Extravaganza took' place at GHS. Host for the evening was the Algona Corn Belt Chor us with the River City Chorus the Astro-Nauts and the Panics, all from Mason City, as featur ed guests. • • _GHS— a,t GHS? That's fight. On E&e, ii, from, r.so to 2 p.m. he Garrigan Varsity Chorus vill become TV stars. The chorus is appearing on KVFD tele- 'isiott a,t Font Dodge. Sister Mary Dominica, PBVM, director, will conduct the chorus as they sing "O Bambino" •Gloria" from (MOZART'S MASS. 12, "Hallelujuih Chorus' and "Snow, Beautiful 'Snow." —GHS— Films will be used to supple meat the material in biology text books this year at GHS. The films cover a wide range of sub jects including "The Heart,' "Cancer," VLife on Other Plan fits," "Photosynthesis" am "Smoking." The films wer loaned to the school by Bel Telephone Company, National Heart Association, National Cancer Society, Prudential Life Inr 3urancs Company, U. S. Steel and other large industries. —GHS— . Mailboxes! Did you say mailboxes? That's right mailboxes. In the last two weeks they have appeared at GHS. —GHS— The first mailbox appeared on Wednesday, Nov. 23, in the •library. It was placed there by •«-++**>M-*+-H-****+-M-***-H'; he Student Council so studefitS and faculty can place sugge*- Sons in it. the second mailbox e*mt In* to being on Monday, Nov. 28. >ecorated with red stats and wearing the name Ttffi STAR his mailbox may be seen outside of room 17. Its use is for letters to the editor which the students and faculty are urged to Write. ALOONA (fo*t) AfirVANCt-3 MONDAY, Dit, 5, 19*6 Corwith Mrs. Harry L. Miw Fine 3 -bedroom Home in Algona For Sale!! «*•••••••••* Mr. and Mrs. Larry Anderson and Eric of Titonka and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kraft were SatUr day evening, visitors at the Dale Yeoman home. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Yeoman and family were guests Thanks giving with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Hoover. Mr. and Mrs. James Zweife attended a family dinner Thurs day at the Lottie and Janette Mason home at LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wermer- sen of Wisconsin, were Friday dinner guests at the Vern Nims home. Mr. and Mrs. Lafe Oxley, Jr. and Marry Ellen and Hazel Raber had Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Lafe Oxley, Sr. Combat awarded to tort toldlir C. B. Meyefs returned to his] lome Tuesday from the Lutheran hospital-in Fort Dodge. Mrs. Addle ttatnitt spent Thanksgiving day and overnight with her daughter and family, Mrs. Art Kraft in Renwiok. John Pinta, 73, a former Cor- and now of passed away of a heart attack. He is survived by his wife^ Myrtle, two Mason City with resident Phoenix, Ariz., November 20th sons, and Delbsint Gerald of of and SP4 MELVIN A. FABER SP4 Melvin A. Faber, ng day. . Mr. and Mrs. Orville Anderson and Mike and. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Anderson "arid family of Titonka were Thanksgiving, day guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Wolfe in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. William Erdman were Thanksgiving day dinner guests of his sister, Mrs. Emma Oxley. Mr. and Mrs. William Erdman and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hacker of Britt were Thanksgiving evening guests at the Lloyd Fletcher home near Kanawha. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Williams and family of Cedar Rapids, Mike Williams of Iowa City and Patty Williams of Bayard spent the weekend at the Lee Williams home. Mr. and Mrs. Vance Halver__.,. I son and family of Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Art Livingston, and Mr. and Mrs. William Mey- Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Johnson.and ers and family were Thaniksgiv- family and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene ing guests of their parents, Mr. Livingston and family were and Mrs. C. B. Meyers. Thanksgiving d'ay dinner guests Thanksgiving, guests at the of Mrs. Ethel Morris. home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mr. and Mrs. Ben Krebs and Jurgensen were Mr. and Mrs. family were Thanksgiving day John Heil and family of Mar- dinner guests of Mrs. W. D. shalltown, Mr. and Mrs. Robert McCutcheon at Goldfield. Murrary and Joan of Crown Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Welter Point, Indiana, Mrs. Clara Wolfe were Thanksgiving day guests of LuVerne, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry of Misses Edith and Delia Welt- Jurgensen and family of Mason in Algona. Ralph Welter) City and Deahne Sloan. After Phoenix, 5" grandchildren two great grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mullins and Charlotte spent over Thanksgiving with her parents at Camel, Nebraska. Mrs. R. C. Welter visited her sister, Mrs. Lydia Huber at the rest home in Buffalo Center on Mf , and M«. Dow Cliihef atid family of Nora Springs* Mr. and Mrs. Melford Torketeon and family of Mason. City, Mr. and Mrs. Helmer Stordahl and family of Madelia, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley; Holding and family of Davenport all spent Thanksgiving with the ladies mother, Mrs. Jack Bladne. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Maw and family spent Wednesday night and Thanksgiving day with Mr. and Mrs. Gail Slack in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Frankl of ftfui MM. were Thaftk$glviri£ net guests df Mr. fthd M*S, GjefSted; ' ' '* Mf. ana Mtu, and Paula of Dfrtvet* , \ Mr. and Mrs. -John tMtitolJf. of i< /*' Mf. attd and family Thanks-giving day diftftef guests of Mr; and r Mfs$. John. Daniels, St, ' ' ' -'' Mrs. C. fi. Robinson, iteUirned to her hbme on Thaltks&Lvihg morning from the Ha morial hospital, fcfitt. Me- New Sears Store OPEN _ • ._, er m Algona. naiun wener oay unu. jjeaiuit; on/am. .TUMM.- was awarded ^the combat i«tanr L nd Hazel | uldsx>n of Mason City noon callers were Mr. and Mrs. tryman's badge recently^ AI also ^ George Campbell of Britt. Char- soldier must be in Viet-Nam at Mr and Mrg Qe G lawe, yl Heil of Marsihalltown remain- leas^ 30 days of combat with Mr md Mrg Dennig G]awe j^ untu Sunday w . h&n Mr and eUgSfe toTthJa^..^*^.- and ' Mr - and MrS ' |MrS - Clarence JurgenSen t0 ° k Mr. and Mrs. George Yeoman, entered the Army Sept. 15, 1965 Cecil Glawe and family were her home. Mr. ana Mrs. ueorge xeoi«ui, entered tne Army & epi 10, "»° I Thursday" guests of Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Yeoman, and Mr. and and was stationed at Font Ord., "' s . - R ° ' Mrs. Robert Mitchell and fam- Calif, and then Fort Lewis, ily s?ent Thanksgiving at the Wash., before going overseas on Ben Widen home at Owatonna, Aug. 6, 1966. His mother Minn. Mrs. Florence Faber, Burt. Dale M . JJ ' is gucs of Mr. and Mrs. Gail Slack and Des Moiniesl at thei Mr. I Maw home. On Sunday 'Mr. Watch for Grand Openin| and Thanksgiving weekend with his anday of Mrs Lou Hoovef Burt Mr parents. Rev. and Mrs. Consi- urday with his parents, Mr. and . . and Mrs. Harry Lenz in Badger. Slack, John and Jim Maw at- Mr. and Mrs. William Welter tended the Viking foio^.ball game A nice older, 3-bedroom home completely redecorated and remodeled on the inside just five years ago. Everything is modern inside — finished recreation room, garage, new gas furnace, new wiring, new plumbing. Close to churches and school. 120 foot TV Tower guarantees you excellent TV reception. CALL OR SEE. . . . Gene Faulstich Phone 5-5573, ALGONA .*.HH-*-H"M-*-M-*++*+++**+-Hr Mrs. Jim Silcott oif Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Albert of Klemme and Rutlj Staebler of Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dean were Thanksgiving guests of her mother, Mrs. Addie Graham at Mason City. Vickie Wagner, student at Waterloo spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wagner. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wagner, Tim and Romonda were Friday evening supper guests at tht Wayne Smith home at Clear Lake. Debbie DeGroote, student at Cedar Falls spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert DeGroote. Joyce Krebs, student at Cedar Falls spent the weekend witih her parents, Mr. and-Mrs. -Ben Krebs. Sunday dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Don Krebs and family of Cedar Rapids and Mrs. W. D. McCutcheon of Goldfield. Thanksgiving guests at the Vern Nims home were Mr. and Mrs. John Warrings of Hastings, Nebraska and Howard Nims of St. Cloud, Minn, Mrs. George Guenther held a Membership Tea Monday afternoon for the Republican Women for Prairie Township, Mrs. Patterson of Burt gave a book review. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Johnson and girls were Thanksgiving guests at the Albert Johnson home. David Considine, who attends Morningside College spent the j dine. Mrs. R. C. Welter. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Riggle I Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Will and Craig were Sunday guests of I Gierstad Mr. and Mrs. William Robinson ** _ I . . _ _* .« * Sears, Roebuck & Co. spent Wednesday night to Fri- spent Sunday at the home of in Ackley. Kenny Robinson, who day with Mr. and Mrs. George Mr. and Mrs. Everett Lane at had spent the weekend there Riggle at Shellsburg, Iowa. iThor, for a belated Thanksgiv-1 returned home with them. USE. State 295-3549 Algona m\\ * Your home * will be happier at Christmas time with a new * electric appliance Algona Municipal Utilities FRIDAY, DEC. 9th-9a.m. to 9p Register For FREE DOOR PRIZE FREE COFFEE & DOUGHNUTS ALL DAY In appreciation of (he fine relationship we have enjoyed with our many customers and friends, we extend a cordial invitation to all to join us in our Open House. Our entire staff will be en hand to welcome you. LINDSAY SOFT WATER LINDSAY 520 South Phillips ALGONA, IOWA

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